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Mar 30, 2013 4:05pm EDT
healthy changes and to try to reform systems that affect people's health. we need your help to make this a success. it will take everyone in the room and then some to really turn the tide, but we can do it. you will hear today from people in all sorts of interesting ways have used their ingenuity and resources, large and small, to be part of the solution, so thanks for being with us today, and i look forward to having a great day. thank you very much. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome don berwick. [applause] >> thank you all. it is an honor and pleasure to be with you, and i am grateful to the clinton foundation for their leadership here. in 1971, i was a medical student. jeff was 8 years old. he was my patient. he did not make it to nine. he had acute leukemia. he was the first child that i ever sat with as he died, and i think of him very often. .oday, he would live of full, gleaming majesty medical technology would come to his side. chemotherapy, radiation, bone marrow transplant. he would someday see his grandchildren. it would be a miracle. when i was a young d
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